The Government has highlighted the need for a trade-led recovery post COVID. This means moving New Zealand from the old economy income streams to greater reliance on trade and exports, and China is a key market. International trade already supports 500,000 jobs, but while 95 percent of New Zealand’s businesses are small-to-medium, only 23 percent export.
There is a long history of Kiwi brands measuring up against international competitors. It’s time to get your products on shelves in China as we begin to reconnect with the world.
Hear why you should consider opening your business to China and an increasingly globalised economy.
- Richard Dunsheath – Trade Commissioner, Shanghai, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise
- Daniel Wang, co-founder, Ebaytown China / Southern Pacific Foods
Date: Tuesday 24 May, 2022
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Platform: MS Teams
To register, click here